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Oct 19, 2012 11:35pm EDT
had guys from the south side, west side and the latino community. >> reporter: people who might be shot if they invade each other's territory, walk in and sit down. thank you. we know they are suspicious of us and each other. we tell them our purpose. find one concrete action, that night, that can help stop the violence. there, too, my abc news colleague, alex perez, who grew up in these neighborhoods. and so, the meeting begins. we pose the question -- can it be that there's no way to do something? >> it's so deep. i don't think anything really can. >> it's all nothing, really. >> reporter: right away, one by one, they start to tell us, we don't understand, how they are caught up in a vortex of increasing violence. >> never going to stop, because it keeps growing like a disease. >> people are not just shooting to shoot. they shooting, they try to kill you. >> reporter: and kill you over something as petty as an insult, a text. >> revenge. people do something to one of your friends, you want to do something back. >> everybody want to be famous and everybody want to get they name ou
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